Paula Jo Reinhold, chairwoman of Saturday's Kaleida Ball at the Connecticut Street Armory, and E. Peter Ruddy, a trustee of the Kaleida Council, inspect the 1940s photo booth that will be part of decorations for the fund-raiser dance, at which 1,000 are expected to attend. " '40s Swing" is the theme of the formal party from 7 p.m. to midnight. The Benny Goodman Tribute Band, Bobby Militello Quartet and Fabulous Mambo Kings will perform, and swing dance lessons and demonstrations will be given. Guests also will have a chance to win a 1999 Volkwagen Beetle GLS. Independent Health and Fleet Bank are principal sponsors. Others are Zacher Health Care Facilities, McGuire Group, Delaware North Cos., University Orthopaedic Services Inc., Joy Family Foundation, CTG, Hodgson Russ Andrews Woods & Goodyear and Kaleida Health Medical Affairs. Tickets are $150 each and there are a variety of sponsorship packages; call 843-7470. Proceeds benefit geriatric care programs.